Children’s Film Foundation Bumper Vol 5 DVD Coming April 2024

The BFI has another rather interesting release coming in April 2024 with the, Children’s Film Foundation Bumper Vol 5 DVD.

These films range from the 1947 – 1980 and feature some familiar faces such as Carol White and Keith Chegwin.

Included are the following films:

  • The Secret Tunnel (1947)
  • Circus Friends (1956)
  • The Piper’s Tune (1962)
  • The Rescue Squad (1963)
  • Daylight Robbery (1964)
  • All At Sea (1969)
  • The Hostages (1975)
  • Robin Hood Junior (1975)
  • The Boy Who Never Was (1980)

This is a 3 DVD disc release consisting of over 8 hours worth of content.

DVD TECHNICAL SPECS

  • Discs: 3
  • Region: 2
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9
  • Audio: TBC
  • Running Time: 8 hours 23 mins approx
  • Rating: PG

SPECIAL FEATURES

  • Fully Illustrated Booklet (Featuring CFF Expert Vic Pratt)
  • Five Short Films from the Children’s Film Foundation Collection: Bouncer Breaks Up! (1953, 8 mins), A Good Pull-Up (1953, 16 mins), The Magnificent Six and ½: Ghost and Ghoulies (1976, 20 mins),The Chiffy Kids: Decorators Limited (1976, 16 mins), Our Magazine No 11 (1955, 9 mins)
  • A CFF Production: Danger at the CFF (2023, 16 mins) (New Documentary by Filmmaker / CFF Aficionado Jason Gurr)

You can pre-order now on DVD for £24.99 from Amazon. (Price correct as of 16.03.24).

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Children’s Film Foundation Bumper Volume 5 DVD releases on 22nd April 2024 in the UK.

Children's Film Foundation Bumper Vol 5

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WHAT DO YOU THINK?

Do you remember any of these? Have you picked up the previous 4 volumes on DVD? I’d love to hear what you think about ‘Children’s Film Foundation’ films.

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